Nov 9

Theater of War – The Tecmessa Project

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During this special evening honoring Veterans Day, readings of Sophocles’s Ajax, an ancient play about the visible and invisible wounds of war, are the catalyst for discussions focusing on the unique challenges faced by military family members, including couples, children, caregivers, and communities. This groundbreaking project from Theater of War Productions, led by its Artistic Director Bryan Doerries, is designed to promote understanding, compassion, and positive action.

 

Presented in collaboration with the Lincoln Center Veterans Initiative

 

Director Bryan Doerries is a Public Artist in Residence, City of New York (PAIR), and The Tecmessa Project is made possible through partnerships with The New York City Department of Veterans' Services, The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, The Brooklyn Public Library, The Stavros Niarchos Foundation, and The Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence.

 

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Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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